Blue Forest’s Treehouse Office is a High-Flying Wooden Workplace

by , 08/02/11
filed under: Architecture, Treehouses

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Located in the Shropshire countryside in England, the home has almost a Tudor feel with its pointed doors and windows. Inside, the decor is rustic but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t decked out with the latest amenities like a modern workstation and (judging from the photo) a mini fridge stocked with champagne! The large living room even has a flat panel TV in case you want to take a quick afternoon break.

Although built around a tree (which you can actually lean up against right in the kitchen) this is no shack in the middle of nowhere. It has heating, lighting, broadband and phone lines – everything you need in an office. And when the day’s work is done, just step out on the 2 spacious verandas and take in the sunset or burn some calories by climbing down the rope scramble that hangs off the side of the home. You know what they say – all work and no play…

+ Blue Forest

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  1. swtprince August 17, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    It looks like the only thing it is missing is a toilet and Jacuzzi bath. I wonder if they can be installed?

  2. bigem_1 August 15, 2011 at 11:34 am

    Is that a Lexmark printer I see here?

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